Adam S Charles

Graduate Research Assistant
Research interest: 
Signal Processing
Theoretical Neuroscience
Compressive Sensing
Dynamic Signals

I'm currently an ECE Graduate Student at Georgia Tech. I work primarily in the areas of probabilistic modeling, sparsity models, and applications thereof (in particular connections to the brain). I'm especially interested in applying the probabilistic models to visual and auditory sensory information. I believe that understanding the complex sensory encoding that the brain performs is key to both furthering our understanding of how we as humans experience the world and how we can adapt these highly successful methods of sensory manipulation to further technology.